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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsMathematics · 4 weeks ago

Math/Algebra ?

In 2005 it took 19.84 currency units to equal the value of one currency unit in 1914. In 1990 it took 13.60 currency units to equal the value of one currency unit in 1914. The amount it takes to equal the value of one currency unit in 1914 can be estimated by the linear function V given by In 2005 it took 19.84 currency units to equal the value of one currency unit in 1914. In 1919 it took 13.60 currency units to equal the value of one currency unit in 1914. The amount it takes to equal the value of one currency unit in 1914 can be estimated by the linear function V given by V(x)=0.4229x +14.2916 where X is the number of years since 1990. Thus, V(11) gives the amount it took in 2001 to equal the value of one currency in 1914.

In 2011 it will take ______ currency units.

(Round to two decimal places as needed)

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Sorry, my answer is "Anonymous" as your post is Anonymous. There is no need for an Anonymous question in this category, Most 'Anonymous' posts are trolls, maybe yours is not, but the high likelihood is there. If you post as yourself, I would be glad to help you with any problem you have.

    I spend a lot of time on each problem, I just want to make sure it's for a worthwhile cause.

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